New York, NY, March 12, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc), the leading professional organization dedicated to the advance of communications technologies worldwide, has introduced its Spring 2015 training schedule dedicated to enhancing the real-world skills of global industry professionals. The ongoing program, offering both online and in-person learning experiences, highlights the latest fundamental details and advanced applications in key technologies such as LTE-advanced, self-organizing networks (SON), wireless, small cells, Voice over LTE (VoLTE) & Rich Communication Services (RCS), broadband mobile satellite, machine-to-machine (M2M) and software defined networking communications.
“IEEE ComSoc Training is committed to elevating the expertise of communications experts based throughout the world,” says IEEE WCET® Program Director Rulei Ting. “Each offering undergoes a thorough evaluation process, where we strive for new levels of excellence as well as providing a testing forum and learning curriculum designed solely to enhance the skills of everyone that participates. This includes achieving a world-class standard in wireless proficiency offered through the IEEE Wireless Communication Engineering Technologies (IEEE WCET) Certification Program – a recognition perceived throughout the international wireless communications industry as a symbol of excellence.”
In addition to the many educational advantages supplied by the IEEE ComSoc Training schedule, the 5 Day Intensive Wireless Training Course was developed to increase the in-field knowledge of each registrant and provide a comprehensive overview of IEEE WCET test material. This course is also offered individually or as a two-for-one package that reduces pricing for individuals enrolling in both the 5 Day course and the Spring 2015 IEEE WCET exam. The next IEEE WCET testing cycle will be held from 12 April – 9 May 2015 with the registration deadline set at 27 March 2015. Additional details on the two-for-one testing and 5-Day course package is available at http://www.comsoc.org/training/training-calendar/2-1-deal-march-5-day-intensive-wireless-training-course-plus-spring-2015.
The IEEE WCET exam is offered twice annually to practicing wireless communications professionals with the equivalent of a college or university degree and three or more years of professional experience. Constructed by international subject matter experts, the test was prepared to assess the skills and knowledge of candidates in the areas of RF engineering, propagation and antennas; access technologies; network and service architecture; network management and security; facilities infrastructure; agreements, standards, policies and regulations; and fundamental knowledge.
Most recently, IEEE ComSoc Training partnered with Professional Examination Service, a leader in credentialing services, and Pearson VUE, a leading expert in computer-based-testing, to expand the IEEE WCET exam to more than 30 additional countries based throughout North, Central & South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Asia Pacific. Other updates include the availability of a new 2015 IEEE WCET Candidate Handbook detailing policies, topics, reference sources, sample questions and application procedures.
Professionals interested in advancing their expertise through the IEEE WCET Certification Program or IEEE ComSoc Training are invited to visit the organization’s newly updated websites at www.ieee-wcet.org and www.comsoc.org/training or contact Marilyn Catis at email@example.com. Upcoming Spring 2015 training sessions include sessions dedicated to:
--5 Day Intensive Wireless Communications Engineering Intermediate Fundamentals Review & Current Practices and a review of IEEE WCET disciplines including RF engineering, propagation and antennas; access technologies; network and service architecture; network management and security; facilities infrastructure; agreements, standards, policies and regulations; and fundamental knowledge (Offered online 23 – 27 March)
--Broadband Mobile Satellite Communications: Engineering High Speed Internet for Airline Passengers and the design of broadband mobile satcom networks at Ku and Ka bands (10 – 30 GHz) (Offered online 1 April)
--The Big Picture for Small Cells including a detailed discussion of deployment challenges, radio interference, property rights, power requirements and options, backhaul concerns, spectral efficiency guarantees, scalability impacts and RF propagation (Offered online 8 April)
--Wireless Evolution of the Overall Network Architecture (Offered online 15 April)
--Understanding LTE Advanced, its End-to-End Roadmap, and Self-Organizing Networks (SON) including a discussion of key technologies, roles, landscape shifts and emerging applications (Offered online 22 April)
--Machine-to-Machine Essentials and its processes, technologies, hardware, regulations, platforms and deployments (Offered online 29 April)
From LTE to LTE-Advanced and Beyond and the ways these advanced ideas build upon each other to improve the performance of wireless cellular networks (Offered online 13 May)
--VoLTE and RCS: Revolutionizing Mobile Services and a review of the VoLTE and RCS multimedia communications that will soon replace existing voice telephony and provide better alternatives for fragmented OTT (Offered online 20 May)
--Network Function Virtualization and Software-Defined Networking including their associated technologies, standards, roles, implications and evolution towards 5G (offered online 10 June)
For more information on the entire IEEE ComSoc Training course schedule including pricing, registration and deadline details, please visit www.comsoc.org/training or contact Marilyn Catis at firstname.lastname@example.org. Each student completing the 5 Day Intensive Wireless Training Course will receive 2 IEEE Continuing Education Units, which are equivalent to 20 Professional Development Hours. In addition, each student attending a one-day course listed under the IEEE Training schedule will earn 0.6 IEEE CEUs, while half-day course attendees will receive 0.3 IEEE CEUs.